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Kate Middleton and Prince William step out in style for a glamorous awards evening in London

Britain's Prince William and Catherine, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, pose as they attend the Tusk Conservation Awards in London, Britain November 8, 2018. Jeff Spicer/Pool via REUTERS

Kate Middleton and Prince William step out in style for a glamorous awards evening in London

Kate Middleton and Prince William step out in style for a glamorous awards evening in London

Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge – formally Kate Middleton – stepped out for a glam date night on Thursday.

Royal parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, left their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, at home at Kensington Palace to attend a gala for one of the prince’s key charities, Tusk.

The Duchess looked picture perfect in her stunning aqua green floor-length gown by Jenny Packham, which she styled further with chic heels and dazzling jewellery. Kate was spotted wearing the same design back in 2012, yet even after six years, this piece remains both relevant and stunning.

REUTERS

Prince William matched his wife’s elevated style with a tuxedo. 

At the reception, the royal couple will meet with the award nominees, Tusk supporters and sponsors. The Duke will also present three awards before delivering a short speech.

The charity was founded in 1990 by its current chief executive Charles Mayhew MBE to protect African wildlife against threats including poaching, habitat loss and human-wildlife conflict.

Prince William has been an active supporter of Tusk for many years and it was one of his formal patronages, announced in 2005, shortly after he started his public life. 

Jeff Spicer/Pool via REUTERS

Last month, Prince William paid a solo visit to Namibia, Tanzania and Kenya to help end cruelty against the continent’s beautiful wildlife with the campaign #EndWildlifeCrime. Throughout his week-long trip, the royal joined a group in a rhino search, met with members of Save the Rhino Trust Namibia and learned all about the local efforts to protect the animals.

“I was staggered by the beauty and sheer remoteness of this incredible landscape,” he said in Namibia. “And I was humbled by the dedication of the rangers who protect the unique population of desert rhino from poachers.”

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